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Self mastery?


Resident megalomaniac
Greetings to all seekers!

Here's a huge site I just found and have started reading ... you can make up your own mind anyway -

Self Mastery is Our Destiny

As Maslow told his group of doctoral students:

You must want to be a first-class psychologist, meaning the best, the very best you are capable of becoming. If you deliberately plan to be less than you are capable of being, then I warn you that you’ll be deeply unhappy for the rest of your life. You will be evading your own capacities, your own possibilities.

Although many of us refuse the call to adventure, developing our innate capacities is our destiny.
Fighting this destiny brings depression and anxiety. Embracing this destiny leads to freedom and fulfillment.

We all have an intrinsic motivation toward growth.

This drive toward growth is easily observable in an infant’s will to master walking, basic motor skills, and language.

But what do we observe in most adults?

Continue your reading here -

Self Mastery: A Complete Guide to Actualizing Your Potential

Enjoy your browsing!